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Blackberry Porsche P’9881 announced

10/27/2011, A week ago we reported that thanks to an invitation, it appears that RIM and Porsche had plans to hold an event to unveil a new product. Unless Porsche was planning on releasing a new Porsche Blackberry sports car, it left little to the imagination at...

Additional Blackberry Colt specs revealed

10/27/2011, There has been a lot of talk surrounding RIM’s new platform – BBX. The new platform is to RIM what Windows Phone is to Nokia, a second chance at reclaiming the market that both companies used to dominate, and along with their new platform, there...

Nokia to bring NFC to New York commuters

10/27/2011, If you ever wanted a reason to get your hands on a Nokia device, the Finnish company has entered into an agreement with the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) to develop an NFC-based ticketing solution, whose pilot program is expected to make...

LG Prada K2 leaked

10/27/2011, Luxury handsets are dime a dozen – most of them are also priced out of reach for the average layperson, but that does not mean we are unable to afford flagship models from most handset manufacturers. I don’t suppose that high on the list of...

Samsung Galaxy Note 5.3’s features shown off in videos

10/27/2011, If the recently released TV commercial for Samsung’s upcoming phone-tablet the Galaxy Note 5.3 wasn’t enough for you to figure out what it is capable of, good news, as Samsung has released a whole collection of videos detailing the features of...

Sony Ericsson is now just Sony

10/27/2011, I guess Ericsson has had enough of their partnership with Sony that does not seem to go anywhere where smartphones and feature phones are concerned, and this has caused Sony to seize the opportunity to purchase Ericsson’s share of Sony Ericsson....

BlackBerry Bold 9790 sees a change?

10/26/2011, The BlackBerry Bold 9790 from Research In Motion (RIM) has yet to be announced officially, but one of the more recent images leaked showed off a change to its external design, where the flat button panel has been removed in favor of individually raised...

The Adventures of Tintin: The Game now on Android

10/26/2011, Looking forward to The Adventure of Tintin movie that’s hitting our cinemas later this year? Well the folks over at Gameloft have come up with a way to bide your time while you wait for the movie’s release. Yes, just like it did for quite a...

Nokia N9 making of video shows how the Lumia 800 was made

10/26/2011, If you watched the keynote event at Nokia World 2011 yesterday, you would have noticed how much emphasis the speakers placed onto its upcoming Windows Phone devices. Well, judging by first impressions, it certainly is one beautiful device, especially when...

Xbox 360 on Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710

10/26/2011, Are you still wondering whether Nokia did the right thing by rolling out the Nokia Lumia range – the Lumia 710 and Lumia 800, at Nokia World 2011? I would think so, it is Nokia’s best chance to date to get out of their current doldrums, and...

Yahoo! Maps powered by Nokia

10/26/2011, Now this is a rather interesting twist – Yahoo! Maps is being powered by Nokia, who would have thought? I guess there were clues to such a partnership already, as Nokia and Yahoo! did join forces last year to create an alliance which leverages each...

Samsung fails to get iPhone 4S banned in Italy

10/26/2011, It is rather interesting to note how Samsung fights back against Apple by attempting to get the sales of the iPhone 4S banned in select geographic ares, but somehow or rather, their attempt has backfired – at least in Italy. Should the ban have been...